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Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra presented an enchanting evening of chamber music, poetry, paintings and rich storytelling in The Conference of the Birds.
In this interview, we chat about Dr. Stuart Cooke’s poetry collection, Lyre, the global poetic community, how we can become better readers of poetry and upcoming works.
Introducing AVÉ, a national first acapella quartet celebrating old and new classical music and stories.
The Queensland Poetry Festival hits our city in August with a plethora of poems, spoken word and comedy. Breaking us out of our everyday monotony with the impact of Anisa Nandaulaâ€™s words, the festival this year has the theme of Distant Voices. Voices from across the globe cut through the strata of society to highlight social issues from racism to inequality.
The Queensland Poetry will be returning for its 20th year packed full of film, performance, panels, music, comedy and of course poetry.
If youâ€™re a poet, a performance artist or just a lover of words with a very short attention span, mark the Queensland Poetry Festival down in your diary. Under the new creative management of David Stavanger and Anne-Marie Te Whiu, and with a huge line-up of artists and events, the biggest event in Brisbane poetry is looking better than ever.
Queenslandâ€™s biggest weekend for poetry and the people who write it may still be many months away, but the deadline for submissions is fast approaching. If youâ€™re a poet, spoken word artist or performer wanting to take your work to a larger audience, the Queensland Poetry Festival could be your chance.
If you’ve been itching to see some good cabaret or burlesque, then the Judith Wright Centre is sure to start your year off with a bang with a bumper lineup of Australia’s best acts coming in February and March.